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Of Silver Spring, MD passed away on July 27, 2020 in Frederick, MD. Bob was the owner of All Green Nursery in Hyattsville, MD. Bob is survived by his wife of 55 years, Diane, daughters Megan Souder (Howard), Robin Carter (Gary), five grandchildren and five sisters. Interment will be at St. Josephs Cemetery in Cordova, MD. All services will be private. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. More information at  

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Published in The Washington Post on Jul. 30, 2020.
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August 11, 2020
Dear Diane, I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your dear husband. My heart goes out to you and your family. May Our Lord give you His peace in this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. In deep sympathy... Joanne
Joanne Harwood
August 4, 2020
Dear Diane, We were very sorry to hear of Bob's passing. We enjoyed our time together on the Eastern Shore.
Please know you and your family are in our prayers. Carol & Ken Benko
Carol & Ken Benko
July 31, 2020
Dear Robin and family
Our thoughts are with you and your entire family during this difficult time.

Holly, Kristie, Whitney and Natalie
Holly Sitienei
July 31, 2020
Robin, Gary, William, Matthew, Evan, Megan, Howard, Lauren , Erin and Diane, I'm so sorry for your loss. Bob was a special man and I feel fortunate to have known him throughout my life. His smile and booming laugh will be memories that I treasure forever. Thinking of all of you in this difficult time. Love, Debra and Anna Sapcariu
Debra Sapcariu
July 30, 2020
I was also one of the DeMatha boys who worked Bob it was hot hard work but Bob was what can I say Bob was Bob a nicer person you could not hope to meet . I still talk about working for him whenever the conversation goes to my high school years. My thoughts and prayers go out to Diane and the family.
Denny Looney
July 30, 2020
I am deeply saddened to hear of Bob's passing. Bob gave me a job every spring, summer, and fall from 1963 until 1966 while I was attending the U of Md. The crew proudly called ourselves "Bob's Boys". When we see each other,
we always talk about Bob and the other guys who were on the crew. There is no way I could have afforded my education without my "guaranteed Job" from Bob.

I went in the Army in the summer of 1966 and Bob gave me a couple of days of extra pay to "see me over." When I got out of the Army in '69, Bob called me to see if I needed a job or just some help getting on my feet. You will see many tributes to Bob from the people who were lucky enough to work for him and his father, and they will all say: "They were the best people I ever worked for, and the nicest guys you'll ever meet." My sincere condolences to his family.
John Farrell
July 30, 2020
He gave me my first real job back when I was at DeMatha. My brothers and some friends also worked for him and his dad ( Who I remember so fondly as well as his mom.) I went to St Jeromes with Sue. Condolences to the family, so sorry for your loss. I remember Bob as a great guy.
John Marth
July 30, 2020
I always enjoyed talking to Bob at coffee after Sunday Mass at Riderwood. We would laugh st the stories about his sisters, my fellow Reggies from Regina High School where his sister Sue was a classmate.

I will miss him and his infectious laugh.
Mary Willis Clarke
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